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An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones

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169

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Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

01.10.2019

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Penguin LLC US

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320

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169

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Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

01.10.2019

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Penguin LLC US

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320

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23,1/15,5/2,5 cm

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380 g

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Englisch

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978-0-593-18964-1

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Bewertung am 05.11.2023

Bewertungsnummer: 2061984

Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

In "Atomic Habits," James Clear introduces the science of habit formation. He provides an engaging and actionable guide for anyone looking to improve their life, work, or well-being. The book not only offers insight into the mechanics of habits but also provides practical strategies to make transformative changes (and how to keep them) by focusing on small, incremental steps. The central premise of "Atomic Habits" is the idea that success is not the result of dramatic, sweeping changes or only goal setting but rather the compound effect of small, consistent habits. James Clear introduces the concept of "atomic habits," which are the tiny, fundamental behaviors that shape our daily lives. He argues that these small habits, when harnessed and optimized, can lead to significant and lasting improvements. The book is both engaging and easy to understand, making complex psychological concepts accessible. Clear weaves together scientific studies, real-life examples, and personal anecdotes to support his ideas, making the book both informative and relatable. He also mentions experiences from others, who are following his strategies, which makes the book very relatable. Readers will find themselves nodding in agreement as they recognize their own habits and behaviors in the examples provided. One of the things that make this book so unique is the practicality of its advice. Clear offers a four-step framework for habit formation: cue, craving, response, and reward. He breaks down each step and provides concrete strategies for implementing these principles in everyday life. The book's actionable guidance, including techniques like habit stacking, implementation intentions, and the Two-Minute Rule, empowers readers to start making immediate, meaningful changes. While reading the book you can immediately start to change and add small habits to your schedule. It is really a book that make you change things (and that easily) and take action. Throughout the book, Clear emphasizes the importance of identity and self-perception in habit formation. He argues that to create lasting change, one must not only change their behavior but also update their self-image. By adopting the identity of the person they aspire to become, readers can make their desired habits more ingrained and effortless. Clear's approach also underscores the significance of environment in shaping behavior. He emphasizes the idea that small changes to one's physical surroundings can have a profound impact on habit formation. By designing an environment that promotes positive habits and minimizes friction for negative ones, readers can create an atmosphere that naturally supports their goals. The book also contains numerous case studies, which feature individuals and organizations that have successfully harnessed the power of atomic habits to achieve remarkable results. These real-life examples are very motivating, relateable and show that Clear's principles can be applied to various aspects of life, from health and fitness to business and creativity. All in all “Atomic habits” is a highly practical book that provides a comprehensive guide to understanding and harnessing the power of habits. Clear's accessible writing style, compelling examples, and actionable strategies make this book a valuable resource for anyone looking to improve themselves or their circumstances. It emphasizes the transformative potential of small, consistent changes and provides readers with a roadmap for cultivating a life filled with positive, enduring habits. Whether you're seeking personal growth, business success, or enhanced well-being, "Atomic Habits" offers a guide for creating lasting change, one tiny habit at a time. - Nina Schmidt
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Bewertung am 05.11.2023
Bewertungsnummer: 2061984
Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

In "Atomic Habits," James Clear introduces the science of habit formation. He provides an engaging and actionable guide for anyone looking to improve their life, work, or well-being. The book not only offers insight into the mechanics of habits but also provides practical strategies to make transformative changes (and how to keep them) by focusing on small, incremental steps. The central premise of "Atomic Habits" is the idea that success is not the result of dramatic, sweeping changes or only goal setting but rather the compound effect of small, consistent habits. James Clear introduces the concept of "atomic habits," which are the tiny, fundamental behaviors that shape our daily lives. He argues that these small habits, when harnessed and optimized, can lead to significant and lasting improvements. The book is both engaging and easy to understand, making complex psychological concepts accessible. Clear weaves together scientific studies, real-life examples, and personal anecdotes to support his ideas, making the book both informative and relatable. He also mentions experiences from others, who are following his strategies, which makes the book very relatable. Readers will find themselves nodding in agreement as they recognize their own habits and behaviors in the examples provided. One of the things that make this book so unique is the practicality of its advice. Clear offers a four-step framework for habit formation: cue, craving, response, and reward. He breaks down each step and provides concrete strategies for implementing these principles in everyday life. The book's actionable guidance, including techniques like habit stacking, implementation intentions, and the Two-Minute Rule, empowers readers to start making immediate, meaningful changes. While reading the book you can immediately start to change and add small habits to your schedule. It is really a book that make you change things (and that easily) and take action. Throughout the book, Clear emphasizes the importance of identity and self-perception in habit formation. He argues that to create lasting change, one must not only change their behavior but also update their self-image. By adopting the identity of the person they aspire to become, readers can make their desired habits more ingrained and effortless. Clear's approach also underscores the significance of environment in shaping behavior. He emphasizes the idea that small changes to one's physical surroundings can have a profound impact on habit formation. By designing an environment that promotes positive habits and minimizes friction for negative ones, readers can create an atmosphere that naturally supports their goals. The book also contains numerous case studies, which feature individuals and organizations that have successfully harnessed the power of atomic habits to achieve remarkable results. These real-life examples are very motivating, relateable and show that Clear's principles can be applied to various aspects of life, from health and fitness to business and creativity. All in all “Atomic habits” is a highly practical book that provides a comprehensive guide to understanding and harnessing the power of habits. Clear's accessible writing style, compelling examples, and actionable strategies make this book a valuable resource for anyone looking to improve themselves or their circumstances. It emphasizes the transformative potential of small, consistent changes and provides readers with a roadmap for cultivating a life filled with positive, enduring habits. Whether you're seeking personal growth, business success, or enhanced well-being, "Atomic Habits" offers a guide for creating lasting change, one tiny habit at a time. - Nina Schmidt

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Atomic Habits: A simply written book that can help us solve our complex problems (Review by Rafael Estermann)

Rafael Estermann aus Zürich am 04.11.2023

Bewertungsnummer: 2060941

Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

I didn't really plan to read this book at first and didn't give it the attention it deserved when I first got it a year ago. As I am taking a university course related to the book, I chose to take this chance. After beginning with the reading, I found myself plunged in its pages in no time. It appears that James Clear's "Atomic Habits" was meant to be presented at this specific time in my life, the perfect opportunity for its wisdom to make a lasting impression. The book doesn't take long to get into; it captured my attention from the start with its incredible story of the British Cycling Team and how a small adjustment altered their performance. I really liked how Clear dispels the notion of having goals and discusses the Plateau of Latent Potential. He also emphasizes the need of concentrating on the system rather than individual objectives. It's a completely revolutionary idea. We all have habitual behaviours that we call habits, both positive and negative. However, most of us eventually associate more with the negative habits than the positive ones. It becomes quite difficult to form positive habits and kick the negative ones. Clear demonstrates how we can genuinely form and maintain positive habits while releasing the chains of negative habits The author explains the idea of the 4 laws of behavior change: Make it Obvious, Make it Attractive, Make it Easy, Make it Satisfying. These four laws interact in a loop that influences the formation and persistence of habits. You start with a cue that triggers a craving, then execute the habit (response), and finally, you receive a reward, which further reinforces the habit. He explains this in way like I had no problem to resonate with it at all. He mostly used conversational tone to maintain the flow and to reach the reader’s heart. The book compares and contrasts planning and theorizing with actual action in order to highlight the significance of forming habits. In a photography class, students were split into "quantity" and "quality" groups. Through repeated practice and experimentation, the quantity group produced the best photos, according to Clear's anecdote. The distinction between being in motion (making plans and strategies) and taking action (carrying out an action that results in a result) is emphasized by the Clear. Motion alone does not produce results, even though it is occasionally required. It is action that makes the desired change happen. In the later section of the book I found that Clear may have unintentionally reiterated the main ideas several times in the book's final sections. which makes sense and is sometimes the case with self-help books. And, although some readers may find his use of conversational language too simple, I found it to be perfectly appropriate and captivating. Nothing could make it better to maintain the flow of the book. I completely agree with all of the other readers of this book and can understand why "Atomic Habits" has become so popular. This self help book has the power to deeply affect readers, as it did me. People's lives can be changed by its simple, flowing tone, formation, and practical advice on how to create and sustain positive habits and manage time effectively. I'm glad I chose this book for my course and I know countless other readers will find it helpful too.
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Atomic Habits: A simply written book that can help us solve our complex problems (Review by Rafael Estermann)

Rafael Estermann aus Zürich am 04.11.2023
Bewertungsnummer: 2060941
Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

I didn't really plan to read this book at first and didn't give it the attention it deserved when I first got it a year ago. As I am taking a university course related to the book, I chose to take this chance. After beginning with the reading, I found myself plunged in its pages in no time. It appears that James Clear's "Atomic Habits" was meant to be presented at this specific time in my life, the perfect opportunity for its wisdom to make a lasting impression. The book doesn't take long to get into; it captured my attention from the start with its incredible story of the British Cycling Team and how a small adjustment altered their performance. I really liked how Clear dispels the notion of having goals and discusses the Plateau of Latent Potential. He also emphasizes the need of concentrating on the system rather than individual objectives. It's a completely revolutionary idea. We all have habitual behaviours that we call habits, both positive and negative. However, most of us eventually associate more with the negative habits than the positive ones. It becomes quite difficult to form positive habits and kick the negative ones. Clear demonstrates how we can genuinely form and maintain positive habits while releasing the chains of negative habits The author explains the idea of the 4 laws of behavior change: Make it Obvious, Make it Attractive, Make it Easy, Make it Satisfying. These four laws interact in a loop that influences the formation and persistence of habits. You start with a cue that triggers a craving, then execute the habit (response), and finally, you receive a reward, which further reinforces the habit. He explains this in way like I had no problem to resonate with it at all. He mostly used conversational tone to maintain the flow and to reach the reader’s heart. The book compares and contrasts planning and theorizing with actual action in order to highlight the significance of forming habits. In a photography class, students were split into "quantity" and "quality" groups. Through repeated practice and experimentation, the quantity group produced the best photos, according to Clear's anecdote. The distinction between being in motion (making plans and strategies) and taking action (carrying out an action that results in a result) is emphasized by the Clear. Motion alone does not produce results, even though it is occasionally required. It is action that makes the desired change happen. In the later section of the book I found that Clear may have unintentionally reiterated the main ideas several times in the book's final sections. which makes sense and is sometimes the case with self-help books. And, although some readers may find his use of conversational language too simple, I found it to be perfectly appropriate and captivating. Nothing could make it better to maintain the flow of the book. I completely agree with all of the other readers of this book and can understand why "Atomic Habits" has become so popular. This self help book has the power to deeply affect readers, as it did me. People's lives can be changed by its simple, flowing tone, formation, and practical advice on how to create and sustain positive habits and manage time effectively. I'm glad I chose this book for my course and I know countless other readers will find it helpful too.

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This book changed my life and it helped me build a routine that works for me. James Clear goes deep into every single step of habit creation with helpful charts, easy visualisation and helpful stories - he builds a case. His tips are easy to follow and can apply to everyone.
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